Oct 18, 2017
The Chemistry Department offers an undergraduate program with the following goals in mind:
- to provide a variety of course offerings that are consistent with the accreditation requirements of the American Chemical Society;
- to offer a program that will prepare students for graduate work in chemistry and related fields;
- to provide a strong scientific background for students planning careers in health-related professions;
- and to encourage students not majoring in science to obtain an overview of the impact of science on society.
The department offers two tracks leading to a B.A. in chemistry. The requirements for the two tracks are designed to allow students to choose their course work depending upon their ultimate career goals.
For more information, please visit the Chemistry Department’s website.
The requirements for a minor in chemistry are:
CHEM 131 - Organic Chemistry I and
CHEM 132 - Organic Chemistry II
Plus advanced courses in Chemistry above the 134 level, which may not be used to satisfy requirements for another major, minor, or concentration, to total four courses beyond Introductory Chemistry.
Sergio Granados-Focil, Ph.D.
Frederick Greenaway, Ph.D.
Shuanghong Huo, Ph.D.
Charles Jakobsche, Ph.D.
Ernest Krygier, MA
Noel Lazo, Ph.D.
Donald Spratt, Ph.D.
Luis Smith, Ph.D.
David Thurlow, Ph.D.
Mark Turnbull, Ph.D.
Daeg S. Brenner, Ph.D.
Wen-Yang Wen, Ph.D.
Karen L. Erickson, Ph.D.
Courses offered within the last 2 Academic Years